Hizbullah

Is Hizbullah about to Withdraw from Syria?

Hizbullah’s military involvement in Syria is now a subject of heated domestic debate in Iran. This debate is being waged against the backdrop of the international refusal to let Iran take part in the Geneva 2 talks on Syria’s future, […]  Read More »

Iran Honors Hizbullah Commanders – Further Details

Behind Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s efforts to present a new policy to the United States, which culminated in last November’s Geneva agreement, it appears that Iran is taking steps which point to a lack of any change in its basic […]  Read More »

President Obama’s Shift on Syria and Western Strategy

A limited military move will allow the Syrian regime to maneuver, yet will provide fresh impetus to the rebel forces.  Read More »

Iran Responds to Europe’s Blacklisting of Hizbullah

The EU’s blacklisting of Hizbullah’s military wing ignores the fact that Hizbullah is a unitary, hierarchical organization.  Read More »

The Arab world fears the ‘Safavid’

In an interview on Al-Jazeera this past May, the commander of the Free Syrian Army, Brig. Gen. Salim Idris, explained that the diversion of Hezbollah forces from Lebanon to Syria to take part in the civil war was part of a “Safavid” plan for the Middle East region.  Read More »

How Russia Undercuts Itself With The S-300

Supply of the S-300 by Moscow will create an air defense umbrella over Syria allowing Damascus to carry out weapons transfers to Hezbollah.  Read More »

Iran’s Plans to Take Over Syria

Iran sees the civil war in Syria as a war of survival against a radical Sunni uprising that views Iran and the Shiites as infidels to be annihilated.  Read More »

Assassination of Iranian General in Syria

The death in Syria of Gen. Hassan Shateri of the Quds Force of Iran’s Islamic Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps confirms that elements of the Iranian army are involved in Hizbullah’s activity.  Read More »

Will Europe Define Hizbullah as a Terrorist Organization?

This is not the first time Europe has waffled when it comes to defining terrorism. Since the days of Maximilian Robespierre, the word Terreur has evoked horror and aversion and sparked philosophical and political debates. The organizations and militias that […]  Read More »

Anti-Jewish Sentiments and Stereotypes in Arab and Muslim Schoolbooks

Deception: The Palestinian Authority’s Public Commitments and Its Actual Activities and Messages

Anti-Zionism, the Left, and the Islamists in Britain

The Hybrid Terrorist Organization and Incitement

Beyond Radical Libertarianism: Internet Freedom and the Rule of Law

Incitement to Terror: Introduction